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How the Largest Banks Are Leading Us to a New Financial Crisis

By evading regulation of credit default swaps, the major U.S. banks put taxpayers—and the entire economy—at risk Read more

Breaking the Stranglehold of the Orthodoxy in Economics

Introducing INET’s body of work on dysfunctions in research evaluation, Rob Johnson shows how breaking academic conformity is vital for the economics profession—and the economy itself. Read more

Argentina’s Unseen Fragility

With growth fueled by an increase in debt, Argentina is facing an uncertain economic future, despite investors’ generally rosy view. The government of Mauricio Macri has options to address the country’s macroeconomic risks, but none of them will be free of tough choices. Read more